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Science tells us that neurons rarely regenerate, and if they do it is at a painfully slow rate. “Something that seems so far-fetched in science fiction is something that we are able to discover in labs right upstairs where I take my classes,”said Sree Gollakota, a School of Engineering senior.Neural tissue regeneration, what was once the stuff of fiction, is coming to reality.
More than 1.2 million people in the United States are infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Autism Awareness Month seeks to promote the science and societal implications behind autism are important to understanding the neurodevelopmental disorder and the people it affects.
Genetically modified organisms are often promoted as being a more efficient way to grow crops to feed a growing population, but some people are concerned they cause more harm than is apparent.Steven Druker, a public-interest lawyer from Ohio spoke to the University community last Monday to discuss GMOs in his new book "Altered Genes: Twisted Truth."
If a tomato pageant existed, the new Rutgers tomato would be crowned Miss Universe. It is everything you want in a tomato — beautiful, durable and delicious.The tomato is a resurrection of the original Rutgers Tomato created in the 1930s.